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... james holmes was in court monday to hear the formal charges. 3 james holmes sat calmly in the courtroom, apparently unfazed when the judge announced that he'd been charged with 142 criminal charges, including 24 counts of first-degree murder -- two for each victim. theater shooting survivor don lader needed to see holmes up close - to send the accused mass killer a message. "i think they guy's a coward and seeing him confirmed that 100%. he looked defeated, he knows that he's not the one with power anymore, that it's us." in his first court appearance last week holmes displayed a bizarre range of bewildered expressions. this time he appeared more lucid and aware of what was going on around him. his red hair matted down, at times he stared blankly at the judge's bench in front of him and then his eyes would open wide as if trying to process the court exchanges. (nats) there were dozens of victims and family members in court today to see and judge holmes' demeanor for themselves. "i got a sense that he was very aware of what was going on. i do not believe he is insane but of course i'm no
by investigators is quoted by the "wall street journal" as calling it a witch hunt. >>> james holmes, the suspect in the colorado shooting massacre faces 142 felony counts, including two first-degree murder charges for each of the 12 people he's accused of killing. prosecutors are still deciding whether to pursue the death penalty. john blackstone has our report. >> reporter: this was holmes in court last week, the last time we saw him on camera. this time, the judge barred cameras from the courtroom. some of those still healing from wounds suffered in the theater shooting came to the court to see him formally charged. ali garby, whose 16-year-old son suffered a head wound, came in search of an answer. >> i want to ask him why he did this. i mean, you know, they were -- you know, why he did it. >> reporter: but holmes said just one word. the judge asked if he agreed to waive his right to a preliminary hearing in 35 days. holmes replied, "yes." >> he had kind of an evil or a diabolical presence to him. >> reporter: maryellen hansen came on behalf of her niece, ashley moser, who was shot in the nec
their charges at colorado shooting suspect james holmes. family and friends of the victims looked on. holmes still in his flame red hair. his reaction, seemed dazed. the charge, 140 counts of murder or attempted murder. the attack left 12 people dead, 58 people wounded in the premiere of the batman movie 10 days ago. clayton sandell covered the case from the beginning. he was in the court today. >> do you feel a little better today. >> reporter: rita paulino was shot three times but today climbed out of her hospital bed to see the man who put her there. james holmes was back in court today to hear the charges against him. cameras were banned but holmes demeanor much the same as when we saw him last week. eyes sometimes wide open, other times staring at the floor. hair still orange. he was charged with 24 counts of first degree murder, two counts for each person killed. because prosecutors say holmes acted both with premeditation or extreme indifference. he was also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder and for possessing an explosive device. former marine donald later was in the theate
. abc's brandi hitt is in colorado. >> reporter: james holmes looked the same as he did last week in court, at times datesed and confuelsed with bright orange hair. only this time, cameras were not allowed inside. as the prosecution laid out 142 charges against him, including two murder counts for each death. >> 24 counts of murder in the first degree, 116 counts of attempt murder, one sentence enhancer, one class four felony possession of explosive device. >> reporter: in a show of solidarity many victims and families from the movie theater massacre attended the hearing and heard the accused killer speak for the first time. when the judge asked holmes if he wanted to wave his right to a speedy trial, holmes said yes. >> i do believe he should probably be locked away and -- and, live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: when the judge mentioned the death penalty, holmes looked right at him. the judge also ordered prosecutors return the journal home holmes sent to his psychiatrist that was intercepted by police. >> resentment that anybody could take away from some o
pelley. >> pelley: james holmes heard charges today that could cost him his life if he is convicted in the colorado theater massacre. prosecutors presented well over 100 charges in court today. 12 counts of premeditated murder, one for each of the people who died. and 12 counts of murder with extreme indifference to human life, again one for each of the dead. those charges carry the death penalty. holmes is also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder. two counts for each of the people prosecutors say were injured, two counts each because the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relatives - re in the courtroom in cntennial, colorado, and so was john blackstone. blhn, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looks as if he hasn't shaved todae he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made eye contact with the victims or their families who were in the courtroom. >> reporter: this w
of terror in colorado were in the courtroom as those charges were read. >> they watched as james holmes sat stonefaced, hearing the 142 counts against him. has more. >> reporter: in a packed colorado courtroom, james holmes heard the charges that could cost him his life. just as he did in court last week, he sat dazed and confused. prosecutors charged holmes with 142 counts. two first-degree murder charges for each of those who were killed. and two attempted first-degree murder charges for everyone who was involved. >> one count of an explosive device. >> reporter: if convicted, holmes could face the death penalty. many of the victims and their families showed up to see holmes face the charges. they saw his fiery orange hair and heard him speak for the first time if he wanted to waive his right to a speedy trial. >> he looked like an animal in a corner. just a sickly animal that was defeated. >> reporter: as the case moves forward, there's sad news this morning about one of the victims. ashl ashley mosler, who lost her daughter in the shooting, is now expected to be paralyzed. >> to take aw
titulares, 142 cargos criminales enfrenta james hospit holmes. entre los cargos matar con extrema indiferencia. >>> aumenta la tensiÓn en han heim. un joven dice haber visto como la policÍa disparÓ contra manuel dÍaz grupos cÍvicos piden calma. >>> mitt romney causÓ indignaciÓn al candidato lo llaman racista, ignorante e insensible. el mÁs reciente ataque a oficinas del periÓdico el norte. estados unidos expresa preocupaciÓn por la violencia contra la prensa en mÉxico. comenzamos. . >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> >>> hola que tal, buenas noches, les saluda ilia calderÓn, jorge y marÍa elena con el daily pre. hoy se presento en corto el acusado de perpetrar en aurora colorado. james holmes afrenta 142 cargos criminales homicidio en primer grado y posesiÓn de explosivos y puede enfrentar cadena perpetua. como nos dice lourdes del rÍo si la fiscalÍa considera que hubo premeditaciÓn. puede solicitar la pena de muerte. . a diferencia de la primera comparecencia que vimos su rostro, contamos con estos dibujos para hacnos
. >> as the judge throws a long list of serious charges at james holmes. it is the last day of july, tuesday, the 31st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> well, good tuesday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> you can tell her first day back on the shift. she is so chipper. >> i am. sugar and caffeine. my best friends. >> those are two very close allies of this staff. good morning, everybody, i'm rob nelson. get the latest from colorado and our top story in just a second. >>> then a story out of new jersey. that's where a 12-year-old girl had to think like a grown-up. riding with her grandfather in his truck, the unthinkable happened while he was behind the wheel. you will be very impressed with this young lady. >> absolutely. >>> and also this morning, which member of team usa lost out on a gold medal by .08. you know i am obsessed with the olympics. the events that are getting the british royal treatment in london right now. >> wow. >> look at that. >> the royal sightings. there in full effect. >>> later what nick jonas and merritt ey-- mariah carey could have
fracaso de operación rápido y furioso 142 cargos recibe james holmes por la masacre en colorado padres de familia inscriben a sus hijos en class individualizadas para protegerlos de agresiones o bullying, comenzamos >>mu buenas noches, ilia calderón tiene la noche libre altos funcionarios de agencia control de tabacos armas y explosivos han sido señalados responsables en la operación rápido y curioso que permitieron que armas llegaran a la frontera. >>que tal muy buenas noches, te cuento, 18 meses le tomo a la comisión concluir la investigación 1400 armas de esa operación desaparecieron del radar de la autoridad estadounidenses y dos solamente fueron recuperadas >>la investigación del congreso concluyó que 5 altos oficiales de la agencia atf son responsables de la fallida operación. esta estuvo plagada de irregularidades por falta de critero. descubrieron evidencia que agentes intentaron esconder informacion crucial de la operación rápido y furioso segun una copia obtenida por el congreso investigadores encontraron que el responsable demostró un manejo riesgoso. >>su jefe di
moving forward with the case against james holmes by charging the former graduate student with 24 counts of murder. two for each of his alleged victims. as nbc's mike tybee reporie tia, those are among dozens of charges he is facing. >> reporter: no camera in the courtroom, just a sketch artist, but 24-year-old suspect james holmes, so dazed and unengaged last week, was aletter and attentive as the judge told him he faced 142 separate felony charges, includes 2 death penalty counts, one for first degree murder after deliberation, and a second for murder with extreme indifference for each of the 12 victims killed. >> these are two alternative ways of getting a first degree murder guilty verdict. >> reporter: but some victims' relatives are already saying they don't want the death penalty. mary ellen hansen's niece, ashley moser, wounded and hospitalized, suffered a miscarriage, and is mother of veronica moser-sullivan, who was killed. >> i believe he should be locked away, and live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: unanswered in court, questions involving university of
: there was no camera in the courtroom today just a sketch artist but 24-year-old suspect james holmes so dazed and unengaged last week was alert and attentive as the judge told him he faced 142 separate felony charges. that includes two death penalty counts, one for first-degree murder after deliberation and a second for murder with extreme indifference for each of the 12 victims killed. >> these are two alternative ways of getting a first-degree murder guilty verdict. >> reporter: but some victims' relatives are already saying they don't want the death penalty. mary ellen hanson's niece ashley moser, still hospitalized, suffered a miscarriage saturday and is the mother of 6-year-old veronica moser sullivan the youngest victim killed. >> i do believe he should be probably just locked away and live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: unanswered in court questions involving university of colorado psychiatrist dr. lynn fenton. holmes, a former ph.d student there, was a psychiatric patient of dr. fenton who in 2005 was disciplined by a state medical board for inappropriately dispe
of killing 12 people in the colorado movie theater. james holmes were charged with nearly 150 counts yesterday in court including 24 counts of first-degree murder. the judge banned cameras in the courtroom. but witnesses say holmes had the red hair. family members of the victims who showed up in the courtroom had a lot to say after seeing holmes. >> i felt resentment that anybody could take away someone's life for just going to the movies. and i also felt sorry for him in the sense that here was a brilliant person that could have done a lot of good but what went wrong? >> some of the people who showed up to see holmes in the courtroom wore batman t-shirts. one what splint on her arm from the shooting. >>> if you live in crafton you may be take -- crofton you may be talking about the man who talked about blowing everybody up at work. he is in jail this morning after making threats late last week. he's been seeing doctors for a psychiatric evaluation. police discovered two dozen weapons in his apartment and he has not been charged until police say they gather more information on this c
-old james egan holmes has been officially charged in the colorado movie theater shootings. >> the maximum penalty for a first degree murder charge is the death penalty. hyenas two a-- he faces two attempted first degree murder charges on each of the people killed in the shootings. edward lawrence has more. >> reporter: this time to hear the charges against him. >> 24 counts of murder in the first degree. that's 116 counts of criminal attempts to commit murder in the first degree. >> reporter: one for each of the dead and 12 counts of murder with extreme indifference to human life. those charges could mean the death penalty. the 116 counts of attempted murder mean two counts for each of the 58 people injured in the attack. they say holmes looked the same as he did a week ago with a shock of orange red dyed hair and no emotion during most of the proceedings. but holmes did speak when asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within a within period of time. he said yes. some wore "batman" shirts, the massacre occurred during the first showing of the film "the dark knight
's what jameless holmes was charged with. prosecutor home it is going to help get a conviction. he was charged are of -- 142 crimes. >> james holmes looked the same in court. dazed and confused with brightt orange hair, only this time cameras were not allowed inside. the prosecution laid out 142 charges against him. two murder counsels for each death. 116 criminal attempts to commit murder in the first-degree . one count of felony of explosive device. >> many of the victims and their family from the movie massacre heard the killer speak for the first time. the judge asked holmes in -- if he wanted to waive his right to a speedy trial. he said yes. >> he should be locked away and life with what he did every day of his life. >> when the judge mentioned the death penalty holmes looked rightt at him. the journal was ordered returned. >> resentments that anyone would take away someone's life for going to the movies. i felt sorry for him in a sense that this was a brilliant person that could have done good. >> it was a silent message for holmes in court, a man who told police he was the
holmes. the courtroom was closed toto cameras today, but open to some journalists, survivors and families of the victims. >> reporter: more than 140 charges leveled against accused gunman james holmes. they included 24 counts of murder in the first degree, two for each victim, 12 counts of first degree murder, and 12rd ercounts of murder with extreme indifferent. >> they were merged for purposeo r of sentencing, but he can bebe convicted of each variety of first degree murder. >> reporter: he faced 116 count1 6 of attempted first degreeir murder.st those charges doubled with the 58 people injured or. holmes, sitting sightly again,s just as he igdid in a hearing lt week, as lawmakers argued his aa large -- as lawyers argued hisag fate. closed off to was cameras. >> it was very difficult to seel this man, and see his indifference. >> i wanted to know why he did it. >> reporter: due to the larger: number of victims dand familie who wanted to attend, the court decided to have an overflow roov where they could watch the proceedings from a closed circuit television feed. a motion requesting th
including eleanor holmes norton say the bill is part of a campaign to overturn roe vs. wade. >>> a possible link between the deadly jewelry store robbery in arlington and another robbery in d.c. >>> getting to work in d.c. will be a the bit easier for thousands of commuters who take the 11th street bridge. this is a new ram that opened on monday. >> commute times could be cut by as much as 10 minutes. matt ackland has the story. >> reporter: these days, it is not oaive mayor gray gets behind the wheel of a car. >> do you remember how to drive? >> i don't drive that much anymore. >> reporter: he wanted to be first to personally drive across the new ramp that links 295 to the 11th street bridge. thousands of commuters should see instant relief. before the improvements, many would crowd neighborhood streets to access the bridge. >> i suspect there are lots of people who are very happy that we have reached this stage. as one who happens in live in one of those neighborhoods -- >> just one ramp opening opportunity today but it is just a few months before this project is complete. >> we're workin
of murder and attempted murder. james holmes was back in court today and once again the families of the victims were there as well. reporter edward lawrence has more from centennial, colorado. >> reporter: james holmes once again appeared dazed and unfocused as he sat in a colorado courtroom, this time to hear the charges against him. >> 24 counts of murder in the first degree. 116 counts ever attempt to commit murder. >> reporter: it includes 12 counts of prepled dated murder, one for each of the dead and extreme indifference to human life. those charges could mean the death penalty. the 116 counts of attempted murder include go counts for each of the 58 people injured in the attack. those in the courtroom say holmes looked the same as he did a week ago with the shock of red-orange dyed hair and showing no emotion during most of the proceedings. he did speak when the judge asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing, he responded yeah. others in the courtroom had plenty to say. some, including victims and family of victims wore batman shirts. it occurred in th
something unusual. jaenls holmes is accused of killing 12 people in an aurora theater. today prosecutors charged him with 24 counts of murder, two for each victim. one count for premeditated murder, the other for extreme indifference to life. cameras were not allowed in the courtroom for today's hearing. what you're seeing is the original hearing. some shooting victims and dozens of family members were there. they say holmes' demeanor was different from his first court appearance. >> when we've seen him before, he looked like he was kind of spaced out or out of touch. he looked very, very alert today and very lucid as to what was going on. >> holmes said just one word out loud in the courtroom today. he answered yes when the judge asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within 35 days. >>> new tonight at 5:00, oakland police are hoping a photo will help someone identify a suspect in a recent homicide. investigators just released this photo of a wallet they say is similar to the victims. the wallet is very distinctive and has a picture of a 1000 peso note on it. the
-goers in a colorado theater faced the families of the victims in court. james holmes sat in silence as pros prosecutors filed 142 charges. holmes suspected of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others earlier this month in the city of aurora. prosecutors charged him with murder, attempted murder and possession of ex-plea sievmr ex. he said yes when the judge asked if he understood the charges. lawyers expect the case will hinge on holmes' men state at the time of the shooting. defense lawyers say he was receiving psychiatric treatment before the crimes. prosecutors will consult the victims' families before deciding on whether to demand the death penalty. >>> u.s. computer giant apple and south korean computer, competitor, samsung electronics have entered a legal battle over smartphones and tablet computers. jury selection began at the federal courthouse in san jose, california. the firms have fought about 50 similar trials around the world since april of last year. lawyers for apple are asking the court to stop samsung from selling smart phones and computers in the u.s. and demanding compens
been dead for days. his death has been rule ared a homicide. >> james holmes the suspect in colorado movie theater shooting made his second appearance. thehe judge didn't want contract cameras in. holmes is charged with 142 counts in the shooting that left 12 people dead. he is facing two first degree murder charges for each of the victims and two attempted first degree murder charges for all of the people hurt in the shooting. a hearing is set for august 9th to determine if the contents of a package sent to a counselor should be private. holmes is being held in jail. >>> no charges for the man accused of threatening to hope fire. we told you about neil prescott on friday. he was taken into custody and since then he has -- officers say they found two dozen weapons in his apartment. today the state attorney said charges won't be immediate as the investigation continues. >> after that threat in a liting more than a week -- americans still remain divide on gun control. a new poll shows while 46% of americans say it's more important to protect the rightsst americans to own guns 47% say
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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> ifill: james holmes faces 142 criminal charges in the shooting rampage inside a colorado movie theater, including 24 counts of murder. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >>oodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, we get the latest on the suspect's court appearance, and talk with an author and a criminologist about mass killers. >> ifill: then we turn to the presidential campaign, as mitt romney woos the jewish vote and angers palestinians during a weekend trip to israel. >> woodruff: we have two reports from the embattled syrian city of aleppo, where refugees are fleeing by the thousands. >> ifill: jeffrey brown profiles the man who helped launch brazil's economic boom, former president fernando henrique cardoso, recently honored at the library of congress. >> woodruff: and ray suarez examines a legal battle between two tech giants, apple and samsung, squaring off in federal court over patent infringements. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by:
it is looking decent. >> james holmes showed no physical reaction is now that he is facing 100 >>catherine: with 116 counts of attempted murder. he was charged ones for showing collaboration and showing extreme indifference to human life. among the people were survivors of the shooting victims' wearing batman t-shirts. this was james holmes at his first court appearance as looking taste and out of it. witnesses, say that heat up. more aware. >> i do not believe that he is insane but i am not kite psychiatrist. he responded appropriately. and he said yes when he understood the charges. >> survivors cannot believe what happened at that will be theater. some of them are looking for answers and some wanted to be as i absolutely want to look at the suspect in court. i want to look at him in the face. i will be there until he is sent. he shot my daughter. he looked hurt in the face. www.kron4.com for the latest. >> two people were shot in san francisco visitation l.a. neighborhood. they say that da lin it started with a very large fight. >> to large pools of blood. >> i was going to go out to st
charged james holmes today with 24 counts of first degree murder in one of the deadliest mass killings ever. there were two charges for each of the 12 people killed in the movie theater in aurora. and the 24-year-old also faces two counts of attempted murder for each of the 58 injured. the murder charges carry a maximum penalty of death and a minimum of life without parole. peter banda of the associated press was in the courtroom today. i spoke with him a short time ago. they're charging them under two different near owes. murder after deliberation. a second one first degree murder extreme indifference. on the other counts, there's 116 counts of attempted murder. two for each of the injured victims. there were 58 people who were injured in that theater. then there's an additional charge of possession of explosives. >> ifill: so it's far beyond just the murder charges. his attorneys, his defense attorneys were in court today asking for additional information. what was that about? >> the additional information, they want to get to the bottom of who leaked the report of a package sent to
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presence to him. >> james holmes the accused colorado movie theater gunman formally charged with 21 counts of first-degree murder two for each victim. >> and 116 counts of attempted murder, two each for the 58 people who were injured. >>> from india, a massive power failure has hit northern and eastern regions of the country. officials say 600 million people are without electricity. >>> ultimately the issue is not whether assad will step down but when, and that will happen. >> missy franklin is the first individual, yes! >> i had a blast at it. it was so much fun. >> they're all saying it's okay it's okay, but -- >> it's not okay. >> china takes two olympic games in a row! >>> a swimmer in massachusetts is recovering from a shark attack off of cape cod. the man was bitten in both legs. >>> the proposal was on the scoreboard in center but she was off getting beverages. >> all that -- >> did you breast-feed? >> gosh you're so annoying. >> barack obama's story -- >> let me finish! let me finish! >> all that matters. >> you can't control the big dog. he goes where h
graduate student accused of conducting a shooting spree in a u.s. movie theater. james holmes faces 142 charges, including murder, attempted murder, and possession of explosives. he is suspected of killing 12 people and wounding 58 in aurora, colorado earlier this month. holmes spoke just once in monday's court appearance. he said, yes, when the judge asked fe understood the charges. they are expected to hone in on his state of mind at the time of the shooting. he was facing psychiatric treatment before the crimes. prosecutors will consult victims' families before deciding whether to demand the death penalty. >>> two of the world's leading tech companies are going head to head over patents. u.s. computer giant, apple, and south korean competitor samsung electronics entered another legal battle over smart phones and tablet computers. jury selection began at the federal courthouse in san jose, california. the firms have fought about 50 similar trials around the world since april of last year. lawyers for apple are asking the court to stop samsung from selling its smart phones and tablet c
there is no medical evidence to support that claim. d.c. congresswoman, eleanor holmes norton sees the bill as a direct challenge. >> it's an attack on what the supreme court has said. >> the vote is putting lawmakers on the record on abortion just before an election. pro and antiabortion rights groups are keeping score. >> it's important for the congress to vote on this bill and get a strong majority in support of reversing the current policy in our nation's capital. >> constitution gives congress the authority to govern what happens in d.c. but holmes norton says there are national implications. >> they will come for you next. they are aiming for you at the national campaign. >> in a 2007 study, the center for disease control reported no abortions were performed in washington, d.c. after 20 weeks despite it being legal. kara for cbs news, washington. >> abortion bill needs a 2/3 ma jurorty and. >> another vote of confidence for plans to build a streetcar along columbia pike. the supervisors approved the plan as its preferred option. last week, arlington county threw his support behi
murder. james holmes is facing 142 counts in that rampage that left 12 people dead. prosecutors will ask survivors and relatives for input on whether to seek the death penalty against holmes. >>> since that shooting erupted during a screening of "the dark knight rises" our local batman is no longer allowed to make visits to sick kids. he dresses up in a bat man and drives around in his bat mobile while trying to lift the spirits of sick children. a hospital in chicago said it could upset kids and their parents. a spokeswoman says that other hospitals have stopped visits. >>> precious moments wasted and you might be to blame. there is an increase in distracted drivers. we hopped on board fire trucks with cameras rolling to see the problem through their eyes. tisha thompson shows us the wild ride. >> reporter: when the call comes every minute counts. a woman and a baby stuck in an elevator. two cars on fire from downed power lines. but sometimes the battle is just getting to the emergency. >> getting worse with more congestion it's worse. distracted or confused drivers in the way. >> we se
. >>> 142 felony charges filed today against james holmes. he appeared in court with his lawyer appearing much the same way during his first court appearance, dazed and confused. prosecutors charging him with 24 counts two for each shooting victim. he's also facing 116 counts of attempted murder for the 58 wounded. >> i do believe he should probably be locked away. and live with what he did everyday of his life. >> legal analysts believe the defense will bring holmes' sanity into question. his attorneys revealed last week he was seeking psychiatric help before the shooting rampage. >>> investigators trying to find out how a young woman fell out of a party bus in santa cruz and then was run over and kill. 25-year-old natasha nolan died on southbound highway 17 returning from the brad paisley concert friday night. she worked at the pacific wave surf shop that her parents own in santa cruz. karina rusk joins us with the story. >> reporter: the owner of the party bus of santa cruz has not returned our calls. we know that the company was fined $4500 in 2010 for operating with a suspended permi
francisco's with coke cbs five. also tonight james holmes officially faces charges for the call out a movie theater massacre 142 criminal counts in total homes the stairs straight ahead an court as the prosecutors charged him with 12 counts of first-degree murder. an additional 12 counts of murder with extreme indifference the only spoke the word yeah look. wendy todd adds that he waived his right to a preliminary hearing within 35 days in the audience victims and family members sat and watched. it is very important to come today to see him. and so there was a lot of anger. holmes could face the death penalty if he is convicted experts expect spent his lawyers will pursue an insanity defense. campaign 2012 now with 100 days to go in the presidential election is a statistical dead heat the latest gallup poll shows president up, and the rodney tied it 46% tonight to run the campaign is trying to recover from the canada's latest diplomatic fumble. first the brits felt insulted over his comments about the olympics now palestinians are outraged reporter james crawford with what he said this time
. here's more on his day in court. >>reporter: in a packed colorado courtroom james holmes heard the charges that could cause him his life. he sat daze confused. prosecutor charge him with 24 counts of murder for each of the 12 people killed and attempted murder for the people injured. many of the victims showed up to hear the charges. they saw holmes fiery orange hair and heard him speak if the judge asked him if he wanted waive his right to a speedy trail. >> he looked like an anim in a corner. just a sickly animal that was defeated. >> they argued over whether a notebook mailed to his psychiatrist will be used as evidence in the case. >> it could offer insight whether halce is mentally il. >> 4:48 this morning, indian is dealing with a massive power out age. a power grid failed and caused a cascading blackout. it is the third failure in two days. they have left 600 million people without electricity. traffic lights and rail system is down. and triple failures are raising questions about india's outdated infrastructure and the government's inability to meet the exploding energy
and eleanor holmes norton doesn't get a vote. he's more. >> reporter: the bullies usually pick on the district. this time, they picked a fight with women across the united states. >> reporter: a house bill offered by representative trent franks, a republican from arizona arizona, would ban abortions in the district of columbia after 20 weeks of pregnancy. eleanor holmes northin said she was not allowed to testify at a hearing on the quill in may. >> when it goes to the floor, every member of the house will have a vote on a bill affecting only the district of columbia. >> reporter: in june, after the house voted down a different bill by franks, which would have criminalized the abortions, he made these comments. >> the other day when i tried to past the abortion restriction on this floor, mr. obama's comments went something like this. he thinks he should leave medical decisions to the individuals. >> reporter: arizona is one of several states in the past two years to ban abortion after the 20-week mark. the d.c. bill, which contains an exception for a threat to the mother's life s based on the
roesler may be one of the politicians james holmes -- jean-claude juncker had in mind. then mentioned a great departure from the euro is a viable option to the german newspaper credit and jean-claude juncker as saying why does sturman allow itself the luxury of constantly conducting internal politics of questions that have to do with europe? why does germany treat the eurozone like its subsidiary? his statement increases the pressure on germany and the german central bank to change their policy, particularly on whether the ecb should be of the body up government bonds and struggling eurozone members. up to now, both have rejected this idea. >> for more on this, we're joined by john barrick from parliamentary studios. wolfgang scheuble, the german finance minister, has been bristled in the past from getting too much advice from the americans. now he has had his holiday interrupted? what is this about? >> i doubt that they discussed the u.s. industry. we do not know what they discussed actually. there was no press conference. but rumors are rife, as you mentioned, that the eurozone lead
accused of conducting a shooting spree in a u.s. movie theater. james holmes faces 142 charges, including murder, attempted murder, and possession of explosives. he is suspected of killing 12 people and wounding 58 in aurora, colorado earlier this month. holmes spoke just once in monday's court appearance. he said, yes, when the judge asked if he understood the charges. the kies case is likely to hing his mental state at the time of the shooting. he was facing psychiatric treatment before the crimes. prosecutors will consult victims' families before deciding whether to demand the death penalty. lawyers for the world's two leading tech companies are going head-to-head over patents. ai joins us from the business team. ai, we are hearing about this yet again. >> yet again indeed and roots run deep on this one, catherine. number one and number two makers of smart phones around the world. and they are business parters np you might have guessed. it is apple and samsung electronics p. they have entered another legal battle over smart phones and tablet computers. jury selection began at the feder
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